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Bob Doyle

New DITA Blogroll

We have a new DITA blogroll page on the DITA.XML.org Focus Area, and while it no doubt improves the findability for DITA resources, it does raise questions of information architecture for DITA.XML.org and other sites supporting DITA.

We have a main Blogs section on the home page. It would be good if someone clicking on that link found a link to the new DITA Blogroll.

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OLPC wikislicing with DITA

From some of the available wikislices on wikipedia, we're testing out ideas for using DITA topics and a DITA map for keeping up with changes to the wikislice content.

Use the Wikislice project page on the OLPC wiki for meeting times, agendas, notes and progress as well as background information such as actors, audience, and use cases

Wikislice project page on Wikipedia for examples and more background: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Wikislice

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Refresh Software: SR2 Content Management Solution

The ability to manage enterprise content today is more important than ever. Documents, web sites, technical publications and portals - your business needs a system to keep content under control, re-use it across departments and monetize it across multiple distribution channels. With SR2, Refresh Software is shaping the future of Component Content Management for web sites and documents.

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8th German Single-Source Forum: Knowledge Management

Bürgerhaus Pullach (Munich)
2 Jun 2008 - 09:00 - 17:00
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ibruk Consulting Pvtd Ltd

ibruk Consulting offers training, consulting and implementation services for DITA and XML.

We are a full-service technical writing and training development company counting the likes of IBM and Reuters among our clients.

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